In the past few weeks, the United States government has been cracking down on the use of the Google Play Store.
Google has had a long history of blocking apps, websites, and services that have taken the US government’s interests into account.
But Google has also been pushing for a loosening of the access controls on its platform, and it appears to be working.
The search giant is now asking that its users in the US install the latest version of Android on their devices, so that it can update the version of the app that works with the new OS.
Users can then disable access control in the Settings app, so as not to give access to a malicious app that would allow a user to install malicious software.
This is a bit of a new approach to the issue of access control.
In the US, Google has been trying to make sure that it’s not the only company who has to install the OS.
For years, the company has been pushing developers to do so.
But this move to allow users to switch to an older version of their device has been met with much more opposition from the US authorities.
So Google has gone one step further by asking that all apps and services it distributes be updated.
So that the OS is more up-to-date, it will ask for the users to install this version of Google Play.
That will enable the OS to run newer versions of apps, such as Chrome, as well as more recent versions of its own apps.
However, the latest update of Android will only be available for devices running a certain version of software.
So users can choose to update to the latest OS version, or they can choose not to update at all.
This approach may be a good one for developers and users alike.
Users will be able to choose whether or not they want to update apps and the devices that run them.
But if a malicious program is able to gain access to the device, they can still download malicious software that they would like to install on their device.
This has the potential to make it easier for governments to target and control the use and distribution of malicious software on a global scale.